Project K.I.N.D. provides no cost to patient, quality health
care through community and professional health care volunteers to identified
school children, who reside in designated areas in Riverside County and who are
ineligible for federal and state assistance and are without private insurance.
Project K.I.N.D. relies heavily on sponsorship
to assist in facilitating events like these, where many children will be served.
We are proud to annouce that Selina
Bremenstuhl has chosen to encourage gifting to Project K.I.N.D. to celebrate
her retirement after 28 years as school nurse for the Riverside Unified School
District. > Read
Project K.I.N.D. was created by the Riverside County Medical
Association (RCMA), in April of 1994, to provide free health care to
children, ages 5-17, with acute illnesses who do not qualify for Medi-Cal and
who have no health insurance.
Project K.I.N.D. collaborates with local school districts and over 120
health care providers who donate their services to provide free health care
services to low-income children attending Riverside County public schools.
The focus of the medical care is to address specific illnesses, reduce public
health risks, manage pain, and assist in returning the child to school as soon
Accepting referrals starting now
and scheduling Dental Clinics with volunteer providers, now. Next clinic is on March 19 & 30, 2013.
GIVE THE GIFT OF SIGHT:
Help us celebrate National Eye Health and Safety Month and
Project K.I.N.D.'s "Vision Month" this fall. Project K.I.N.D.
hopes to serve 250 children or more this Fall by holding vision clinics where
children will be provided with eye exams and glasses. This is a collaboration between Project
K.I.N.D., volunteer providers, and sponsors. For every child that is served
there is a $30 fee that will cover all services and glasses if necessary. Click
here for more details...